John Gardner: A Bibliographical Profile

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C. Fiction in Magazines and Newspapers
First publication in magazines and newspapers of fiction by Gardner, arranged chronologically. All reprintings and significant revisions are noted.
C.1 "Freshman." Boulder [DePauw], 15 ( February 1952), 1, 20. Gardner is listed as a member of the editorial staff.
C.2 "Nickel Mountain." Reflections: Washington University Student Review, No. 4 ( 1955), pp. 42-56. Revised for Nickel Mountain; Gardner is listed as a member of the editorial staff.
C.3 "A Little Night Music." Northwest Review, 4 (Spring 1961), 30-40. Revised for The Sunlight Dialogues.
C.4 "The Edge of the Woods." Quarterly Review of Literature, 11, No. 3 ( 1963), 268-301. Revised for Nickel Mountain.
C.5 "Nickel Mountain." Southern Review, NS1 (Spring 1966),374-418 Revised for Nickel Mountain.
C.6 "The Spike in the Door." Ball State University Forum, 8 (Autumn 1967), 52-55. Revised for Nickel Mountain.
C.7 "The Grave." Quarterly Review of Literature, 17, Nos. 3-4 ( 1971), 354-71. Revised for Nickel Mountain.
C.8 "The Song of Grendel." Esquire, 76 ( October 1971), 138-39, 180-96. An excerpt from chaps. 1-4, and 6 of Grendel, excluding original illustrations; reprinted in The Secret Life of Our Times; see B.4.
C.9 "The Darkening Green." Iowa Review, 3 (Winter 1972, 46-48.
C.10 "The Thing." Perspective, 17 (Winter 1972), 17-27. See Nickel Mountain and Prize Stories 1974 (B.9), where an "s" is restored to the misprinted title.
C.11 "Pastoral Care." Audience, 2 ( May-June 1972), 24-39. Illus. James McMullan. Reprinted in The King's Indian.
C.12 "The Temptation of St. Ivo." Esquire, 78 ( July 1972), 133-35, 164-69. An excerpt: reprinted in The Secret Life of Our Times (see B.3); restored to full length in The King's Indian.
C.13 "The Ravages of Spring." Fantastic Science Fiction and FantasyStories

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